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Delhi University sports quota trial to commence from July 2

Delhi University sports quota trial to commence from July 2

CAMPUS BULETIN, DU ADMISSION 2019
The Delhi University has announced the trial dates for 35 games under sports quota for admission of undergraduate courses from July 2 to July 6. While the varsity offers 5 per cent reservation under Sports quota the respective colleges get to decide the number of seats to be filled under this quota. These seats are determined on the basis of requirement and facilities of the college as well as other relevant factors. The university has provided some guidelines for trials. The applicant appearing for the sports trials should bring printed copy of the online undergraduate admission form along with proper playing kit for trials, also they need to report 30 minutes before the given schedule time of trial. No late comers will be tolerated by the university. The final merit list...
DU has extended its registration date to June 22 following the court order

DU has extended its registration date to June 22 following the court order

DU ADMISSION 2019
On Friday, the High Court directed the Delhi University (DU) to extend the last date of registration for admissions in undergraduate courses to June 22. The direction comes on the last scheduled day of registrations. Earlier the registration was supposed to close on June 14. However, on the High court's order, the date has been extended. DU Dean students welfare confirmed that the last date has been extended for all courses on account of 'Equal opportunity to all candidates'. The last date for applying to the college is June 22 and the cut-offs are expected to be declared on June 24. St Stephen's College which carries out its admission process separately has also extended the last day for registration, following a Delhi High Court order. Among the changes in the eligibility c...
DU SOL to offer five new online undergraduate courses

DU SOL to offer five new online undergraduate courses

DU ADMISSION 2019
Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) is gearing up for starting five new undergraduate courses through online mode this year. This current step will enable students to study and access these courses and modules from anywhere in the country through online mode. Students will be able to study from anywhere with the help of social websites which will comprise of live streaming of video lectures, e-books and easy access to study materials. UGC gazette stated that the open schools require e-modules which are self-explanatory, self-contained, amenable to self-evaluation and should include e-text materials, video lectures, audio-visual interactive material, virtual classroom sessions, podcasts, virtual simulation and self-assessment tests. Established in the year 1962, S
Delhi University to hike fees this year

Delhi University to hike fees this year

CAMPUS BULETIN
With DU admissions around the corner, many colleges are planning for a fee hike this year. DU Colleges are all set to implement a revised fee structure for various academic programmes offered by them including undergraduate programmes. Colleges are citing ‘insufficient funds’ as the prime reason for the fee hike. Among the many colleges that have already decided to hike fees, Ramjas College has decided to hike the fees in its annual staff council meeting held in April 2019. For instance, Ramjas College has hiked the infrastructure maintenance fee by nearly 120% i.e. from Rs 1500/- to Rs 3000/-. Similarly, the annual function and students orientation fee has been hiked by Rs 50/- while the development fee sees rise of Rs 500/- SGTB Khalsa College is also revising its fee. College
NTA TO CONDUCT ENTRANCE EXAMS FOR DU

NTA TO CONDUCT ENTRANCE EXAMS FOR DU

CAMPUS BUZZ
As per the latest update, the National Testing Agency (NTA) will hold the DU Admissions 2019 Entrance Test. The national entrance exam authority has decided with organizing the entrance exam to screen students for admissions to over 180 courses, including undergraduate programmes, of the Delhi University. The exams will take place in three sessions per day under CCTV surveillance at the centers ensuring proper security measures. A correct answer will get a score of plus four marks, while negative marking will be there for each wrong answer and a question left unanswered will get a score of zero marks. While the final schedule will be uploaded on the portal, the entrance exam is likely to happen between June 20-July 1. Students will be given the first preference while cho...
DU Curriculum open for Public Review

DU Curriculum open for Public Review

CAMPUS BULETIN
After the Delhi University decided on brushing up the curriculum of undergraduate courses in March,till now 28 departments have uploaded the revised curriculum.  The University is now looking for feedback and suggestions  from the stakeholders. The University is seeking feedback from academia, alumni, professionals and industrialists. The updated curriculum will be available for public review till 31 may 2019 after which the faculty will review the suggestions and feedbacks submitted. It aims at encouraging global outlook and fulfilling to the need of the students However, the final decision lies in the hands of the University’s Standing Committee. It is mandatory for the departments to seek reviews from two national and three international domain experts The univers